Scotch Whisky Association today calls on Government to take further action to grow a great British industry.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has today (26 January) celebrated the opening of its new Edinburgh head office, marking the continuing success of one of the country’s most significant industries.
The European Union has requested formal consultations with Colombia under the World Trade Organisation’s Dispute Settlement Understanding over concerns about discriminatory taxes and monopolies in Colombia, a move welcomed by Scotch Whisky producers.
Scots overwhelmingly consider the 76% levied on a bottle of Scotch is unfair.
SWA chief executive David Frost comments on the MUP preliminary ruling from the European court.
The SWA responds to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling on MUP of alcohol.
Lovers of Scotch might stop as they sip their favourite dram to reflect on the tradition and craftsmanship that goes into making it. But what of the science our industry embraces?
Scotland’s larder is already world famous and an initiative launched today by The Scotch Whisky Association and Scotland Food & Drink aims to give a further boost to exports.
The decision from the European Court of Justice on minimum unit pricing of alcohol will be published on the morning of 23 December.
The Scotch Whisky industry continues to lead the way in sustainability and is on course to meet its ambitious environmental targets, a report published today shows.